Council Elections

ORDINARY ELECTION - 19 OCTOBER 2019

 Click here to see the terms of Councillors and the terms ending in October 2019.

 Once again, the WA Electoral Commissioner will be running the election for the vacancies, and it will be a postal ballot.

 The elections processes start in early August 2019.

Ward Boundaries from May 2017

Change to Wards Order 2017

Change to Wards Amendment Order 2017

See also:

Owners, Occupiers and Nominees

Electoral Gifts

NEW:

 On 9 August 2018, a proclamation was published in the Government Gazette, that new provisions are now in force.  These provisions require that any person wishing to stand for Council at the October is required to have undertaken mandatory induction.  Unless the training has been satisfactorily completed, the Returning Officer (appointed by the WA Electoral Commissioner) is required to reject the nominations.

 

Details are on the Department of Local Government, Sporting and Cultural Industries website.  At the end of the induction, there is a registration form to be completed, printed and given to the Returning Officer when submitting a candidate nomination.

 

Refer - https://www.dlgsc.wa.gov.au/local-government/local-governments/council-elections/local-government-candidate-induction